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Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by Timothy, Sep 27, 2003.

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  1. Timothy

    Timothy Guest

    Hi every body i have a question that what is the limit of voltage and
    current on which gyrators can work. Can we build gyrators which can
    work on 1000 volt. What will they do. I think they will make 1000 volt
    into 0.001 volt i.e 1/1000, the inverse of 1000 volts. How can we use
    them to make our supply of our homes 110 volts into 1/110 volts. Thank
  2. default

    default Guest

    A gyrator is a circuit that simulates and inductor from resistors,
    capacitors and op amps. The limitations would be the parts
    limitations, that is to say, very low voltage and very low current.

    By mentioning 110 volts, I get the impression that you intend for some
    kind of high power application or voltage transformation - that isn't
    what gyrators do best.
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